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Name:Aconbury Hill
Hill number:2864
Height:276m / 906ft
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Herefordshire (CoU)
Catchment:Wye
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (200-299m), Clem
(Ma,Hu,Tu,2,Cm)
Grid ref:SO 50586 33000
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:157m
Col:119m  SO492302  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 149
(1:25k) 189
Observations:high point of dyke 55m ENE at SO 50641 33017 at least as high
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 244 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at Kings Thorn; easy paths up and down. Summit is part of Iron Age fort rampart.IanHHill20/03/2020
A spontaneous trip out to make the most of a sunny day! Parked at community hall. Pleasant stroll to the summit enjoying the unfurling signs of spring & listening to drumming woodpeckers along the way.Gerry the Ranger06/03/2020
P at community centre. Summit in pleasant open woodland setting.ger24/12/2019
Take wellies!gettingonabit03/11/2019
With K. Parked near Low House where two women were concerned that we wouldn't get off the verge, but said that no-one would mind us parking there. Summit was magical in mature wood within hillfort.Ashley09/09/2019
From Village Hallprwild31/08/2019
Nice little woodland walk from King's Thorn. With Clare, Eire & Alfie.Dangerous Dave11/08/2019
Parked at chapel to S.CJM18/07/2019
Parked at the chapel. Some paths a bit overgrown.NormanW17/07/2019
Parked at village hall, followed good paths upwards to bluebell surrounded trigpoint 3/8N.Morters01/05/2019
An evening stroll on the first long evening of the yearToobuddy31/03/2019
2/6, running, from village hall. Dry, warm, hazy but view. Out and back quickest route. Rounsfell17/02/2019
Parked in front of Little Birch community hall. Straight up path. Lots of variety of descent routes. Pleasant little hill.JulieB27/12/2018
Limited parking on manicured grass at SO 510326. Trig is in a delightfull sunny glade.Isbjorn11/11/2018
From the south, starting at village hall. Another nice woodland walk, despite intermittent light rain. Oops, heard approaching thunder and had to hurry down, only just made it in time.Topographer5712/08/2018
From Village Hall. Lovely woodland walk.Ramblingpaul15/07/2018
Marilyn 3 of 7 today. Parked at village hall and left donation. Bagged trig, ground around trig and also walked along the ground that seemed higher about 70m away (manmade?)assynt_bob30/04/2018
As others parking by the small chapel then along a very muddy path to hill fort summit and Pillar, good condition, nice area and some great views. Clem, Hump, Marilyn, P30 Tump.griefmiester20/02/2018
With TJB. Parked at Village Hall and went up using turning by tiny chapel. Snow on ground made for very picturesque short walktrimarc228/12/2017
8/11M up muddy path from parking on verge 75 m from start of path, mound 5 m west of trig and bank 50 m east look higher.robertphillips20/10/2017
Parked at the village hall, after asking people at the chapel where is preferred. Nice walk up past the unusual semi-detached chapel through chestnut woods, and then more open woodland at the top.Gill14/10/2017
Circular walk on forest paths from old chapel.Winterfloodian08/10/2017
From village hall car park in King's Thorn up behind the church returning by the easterly descent and back along road. Hill fort a bit overgrown.SS19/03/2017
Parked at phone box to South. Very muddy. Nice pub in Little Birch.squeegs18/02/2017
Parked at chapel/church room for a couple of cars. Easy walk through forest to summit, found trig and back. done in 20 mins. Company: Jake the Black Lab.iandesbottes16/10/2016
From the south. A nice stroll through the woods.jenx06/10/2016
Repeat, same as last trip but much nicer day and dryer underfoot, can be muddy in the wet (wellies)nordicstar06/10/2016
Same route from South as others. Nice wooded hill.twg2724/08/2016
From chapel west, then North along path, which must be drying out as it wasn't that muddy. Trig point seemed slightly lower than bank to East.PeterD13/03/2016
1/7 Parked up minor road passed Pullastone farm. Space for 1 at 505335. I know we have had a wet winter but by jove this was a muddy one. Easy enough aside from the squelch. Trig stands in a mature woodland. Ancient rampart with large straight trunked tree marks the absolute height I'd say.stig_nest11/03/2016
Missed the church and parking not easy where I started from- bridleway to south east . Still muddy though.Mark Sims16/02/2016
SOTAmike.hartley30/01/2016
With Bevsimon and co13/11/2015
Same route from the south like most others. Agree that rampart just east of the TP is the high point.milimana22/03/2015
1/8 Muddy climb to top but easy to follow tracksFergalh06/01/2015
Parked by the phone box and strolled to the top. Pleasant woods and an iron age fort make it a worth while visit.mindlessflogger02/01/2015
Parked at the church at 505325. A muddy path to the summit with GB.bolton25/11/2014
Parked alongside Methodist chapel (506325) W. & then N. along tracks to summit. If wet, wear wellington boots! (PM)gerrybowes25/11/2014
Parked by old chapel to South. Nice dry track through trees and birdsong to summit area. Lovely hill top.nordicstar20/04/2014
Solo walk after a visit to Dinedor Camp. Stopped off at St Ann's Well and my fully charged phone went dead (battery) then came back again soon after. This is a great hillfort, a walk all the way round takes a while. The trig is in the centre, but the trees obscure the views.thesweetcheat15/03/2014
Another good SOTA activation with Geoff 2E0NON.G4OOE03/01/2014
With Val. Muddymike.hoult07/11/2013
Parked at village hall, very muddy.tim74718/10/2013
.CreakingHiker18/10/2013
with Alastair and SarahM0YDH06/07/2013
Parked at the village hall, opposite the church. Walked a short way up the bridleway until reaching the wood entrance and followed the footpath to the top. Trig at the summit. Fairly uninteresting & lots of midges. Straight back down again.hmt100026/05/2013
KeithByTheC05/11/2012
An easy stroll through the trees. Ample parking by the church to the south.JohnStoneham06/05/2012
Parked at 506325 by church (9:45) and followed track then path through woods to trig point in clearing. Finish 10:25. Fine morning with bluebells.dbb16/03/2012
Easy stroll from village Hall top appears to be on the top of the bank rather than the trigBramley20/10/2011